Sanctuary Cap Cana
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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We finally managed to get into one of the onsite restaurants. We had dinner this evening at La Luna Steakhouse. You do not have to pay at the restraints but you do need a reservation and it can take days to be able to get in. Regardless of the wait it was a great experience. La Luna is set on one of the many interconnected ponds, so there is plentiful wildlife surrounding you throughout your candle lit dining experience. The ducks, ...
We gave the local market another try today and actually bought a few souvenirs. We managed to fend off their overly aggressive sales tactics, but it just about finished me. I've heard enough 'cheapie cheapie', 'best price', and 'bless my store' to last me a lifetime. I really don't think that they ...
... church, Cathedral of Santo Domingo, was ornate and looked as though it belonged in Europe.
On another day, we took a boat to Saona Island as part of a tour where we are bbq, fruit and collected seashells that we brought home with us. We went through a cave complex (called Los Tres Ojos) with crystal clear blue ponds and fossils all around. On our way home, we stopped at a tobacco farm, and for Dave this might have been the highlight of the trip. He'd grown his ...
... headed back early to pack and get ready.
When Stephanie and Steven got back to the hotel (very very late) they were loud and woke us up and Stephanie told us someone tried to steal her bag on their walk back from the club! Luckily they didnt get her things.
A few hours later my alarm went off and Tarvo and I made our way to the airport. We had to take a bus to one place, and then a van to the airport but it was cool cause no one tried to rip us off! ...
... supervise the tiny municipal parking space, and we are charged the princely sum of RD$ 50 (US$ 1.30) for the privilege, and even given a receipt. The car is facing a beautiful white sandy beach in a bay the form of a half-moon of calm turquoise water. It's lined with white tables and chairs shaded by colourful umbrellas. It is by all means, an idyllic sight.
"It's Presidente time" I tell everyone. "Let’s bag a table on the beach and get some ...